I found this story utterly enthralling and almost impossible to put down in short it was absolutely fantastic! The story is polished with lots of interesting twists and unexpected turns it is so much better than the first Evan Buckley that I’m beginning to think that the Author may have been deliberately hiding his light under a bushel. There were no clunky changes or awkward changes of place all melded well together and Evan’s self-deprecating humour have been retained and adds light moments in a story full of so many 'if only' moments.
I know that this story hasn't ended as we still need to know about Hanna's estate and what is to become of his daughter Lisa, plus, in the last couple of pages Adamson opens his eyes! Adamson is the last of the trio who are looking to do Evan Buckley serious damage.
If this is your first introduction to Evan Buckley and his efforts to become a competent Private Investigator there are enough hints and 'back in time' moments that it is quite to piece together Evan's history so that it is not absolutely necessary to read the earlier books to follow Evan's progress..